I’m pleased to announce the publication of my new book, The Battle for Justice in Palestine. It has been called “a crucial book at a crucial time.”
Allowing refugees to return home has been an essential component to resolving many conflicts, a new collection of essays points out.
Clergy acknowledge a “growing consensus” that the one-state reality may be irreversible.
Mark Braverman argues that the Israeli occupation cannot be reformed.
Campaign for boycott, divestment and sanctions is “as good as it gets,” according to the Israeli historian.
A free Palestine is on its way, so the US secretary of state should stop impeding it.
Watch as Bill Quandt, Ali Abunimah, Osamah Khalil and Manal Jamal address the past, present and future directions of the Palestinian national movement and the “peace process” at the Palestine Center.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says “there’s no such thing as a one-state solution.” In a video talk, Ali Abunimah explains why such statements are wrong.
As mainstream commenters conclude that the two-state solution for Palestine is finished, some are taking a closer look at Northern Ireland as a model. But how would it work?
Only by shedding their colonial privileges can settlers be indigenized and integrated into the emerging nation and become entitled to participate in determining the future of the common state.
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